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from the u.s. geological survey. we have 3.6 and 3.7. a 3 1/2 magnitude earthquake, and that is a big deal, 30 miles away, from the east, and they have it in carol and baltimore county. the earth cake was at -- earthquake was true and it occurred around 5:04. >> sharon from eldersburg, she felt the house shaking. anita in a condo building heard a rumble, and then she felt the shaking for a minute. there has been an earthquake confirmed a mile fromgeragain ger man man -- fromgerman town . >> it's pain relief without the pills. no pills, no pain. how can you get pain relief without taking pills around the clock? try thermacare heatwraps, for all day relief without pills. i was surprised, thermacare worked all day. you feel the heat. and it relaxes and unlocks the muscle. you've got to try it. [ man ] thermacare, more effective for back pain than the maximum dose of acetaminophen, the medicine in tylenol. go to thermacare.com today for a $3 off coupon. thermacare. no pills. no pain. just relief. we have confirmed the earthquake this morning. we are told it is around 3.6 and 3.7. our phon
about the spy next door. linda sow has more on neighbors reaction. >> a man working for the u.s. as a spy in russia was freed last week and allowed to return to the u.s. neighbors hope he can return home so they can thank him for his work. alexander zaporozhsky was arrest ned in 2001. zaporozhsky and three others have been pardoned and flown back to washington as part of last week's spy swap. property records show he and h wife bought the house in 2001 before he was arrested in russia. neighbors never knew about his past until the news broke last week. >> i would say thank you for all your work and all your help. u.s. as americans, you know, we, we rely and our freedoms and life rely on people like that. >> zaporozhsky's homecoming will be bittersweet. his wife died last year while he was serving his sentence in russia. >>> it is 5:46. dozens of customers who did business with a laurel car dealer are fuming this morning. they sold the company their cars and discovered the checks were no good. many are still making payments on cars they sold months ago. part two of this story, we
. a frightening ordeal for some passengers aboarding u.s. airways flight. >> it's so gross. what fell from overhead and the compartment that forced people out of their seats. >> and fourth of july celebrations are planned all around the area. where you can see local fireworks displays. but first, let's head out the door. >> forget the fireworks, just celebrate this. nice, nice, nice. that's the way it is today and tomorrow. 65 in baltimore. winds light out of the northwest and we've got ourselves a stretch of good looking weather and some heat as well over the holiday weekend. right now, let's go to the mta, here is mark jones. >> good morning, out there right now, you'll find mark train and light rail and subway service on time. out there on the buses, look for the number 33 bus to be diverted. number 7 diverted at paterson park. the 13 westbound with a diversion at washington and the number five working with the diversion of chase due to construction. for the mta transit team, i'm mark jones. [ bob ] this used to be the premier... dairy producing area in the state of california. many
, alexander zaporozhsky was a high-ranking kgb few. he was arrested nine years ago for spying in the u.s. neighbors want to thank him for his work. he was said to have exposed information that helped the u.s. capture two of the most damaging spies. zaporozhsky and three others have been pardoned and flown back to washington as part of last week's spy swap. it's unclear whether zaporozhsky will return to his home in cockeysville. neighbors never knew about his past until the news broke last week. >> i would say thank you for all your work and help. us, as americans, our freedoms and life rely on people like you. >> zaporozhsky's return will be bittersweet. his wife died last year while he was serving his sentence in russia. >>> light rail service timonium is back to normal this morning after a fire disrupted in lutherville last night. the fire took out a lumber yard. people reported seeing smoke as far away as westminster. the warehouse caught on fire. it took crews about 40 minutes to get this one under control. >> shortly upon arrival, they did have a partial collapse of the building wh
security breech in u.s. military history. 92,000 classified documents published on the website. the leak records detail missions gone horribly wrong, helicopters shot down and allies playing a deadly double cross with americans. all of them setting off alarm bells in washington. >> it poses a real and potential threat to those that are working hard every day to keep us safe. >> 180 of the dispatchers suggest pakistan's military is helping the afghan insurgents attack american troops and is generally responsible for suicide operations in cabo. the u.s. officials, it adds up to an enormous embarrassment. >> i'm looking forward to my meeting with the defense minister. >> the documents were fed to a former community hacker, army intelligence -- now behind bars in kuwait and accused of document theft. >> he thought there was a lot being covered up. >> the hacker thought the soldier was endangering lives. >> i would have wondered for the rest of my life, did i get somebody killed? >> the documents detail a 2007 command raid gone wrong. after five rockets struck an alleged al-qaeda comp
-old was selected to serve about six days on board the uss james ranken. the u.s. navy ship is skimming deep oil off the coast. he is a member of the u.s. navy sea cadets that fosters leadership abilities in young men. >> i'll probably be assisting here and there with anything. they said because of safety issues, this i can't work off deck while they skim oil. >> my husband and i can't say enough. anything with his future in the navy. >> how about that, huh? how proud are the temples, huh? matthew's older brother is a navy commissioned officer. >>> sports clips will present a check. the barber shop celebrated the opening of the 700th store in white marsh. they did it by attempting to set a record. ten stylists have been cutting away trying to set the mark for the most haircuts given in a 12-hour period. the final locks fell last night. >> we're doing $7 haircuts. all of the money is going to the orioles reach as the donation to their charity. >> five, four, three, two, one. >> they raised at least $2500 for the orioles reach foundation, so that money goes to the cause tonight. >> that's good. >> ye
: a spy swap may be in the works with u.s. and russian officials. they met in secret on two continents yesterday as indictments against 11 people accused of spying for russia were unsealed. neither russian nor u.s. officials will confirm a swap is in the works, but a lawyer for one of the accused says he thinks the case could be resolved as early as thursday. >>> the orioles finished off a three game stand in detroit. they lost yesterday 4-2. the last three nights we found we don't have the bats, we don't have the arms to compete. every time detroit came up, they had a slugger up. orioles are now 25-and-58. and they're going to texas for the weekend. texas has arms and bats. that'll be fun. >>> we learned lebron james will tell us his decision within the first ten minutes of his espn decision show at some point. >> wouldn't it be annoying if you had to wait the whole hour and then the last minute -- that's not the case. according to kim brown, our traffic reporter who is always checking her twitter account, diddy tweeted he saw lebron leaving late last night, the owner of the knicks' h
: the president says no way to arizona's immigration law. it's the u.s. versus arizona over this controversial law. >>> we're going to go into the courtroom and see lindsey lohan. she cried before the judge, but the judge didn't flinch. 90 days she's been sentenced to jail. we'll take a look at her road to recovery. >>> we'll see you at 9:00 for good morning maryland. >> i'll be there. >> see you then. knock, knock. hey! it's finally ready. [ female announcer ] just because a counter looks clean, doesn't mean it is clean. but with one sheet of new bounty, you'll have confidence in your clean. in this lab test, just one sheet of new bounty leaves this surface three times cleaner than the bargain brand. want confidence that your surfaces can get really clean? even with just one sheet. bring it. super durable. super absorbent. super clean. new bounty. the clean picker upper. and for huge value? try new huge roll.
with a message to the u.s. government. >> if you come to america, you will be exposed and arrested. >> my name is anna chapman. >> reporter: the attorney says she had only given information that was available freely on the internet. some paid a high price. as their parents headed to russia, this teenaged boy is left behind. >> are they scared and worried about their new life? >> reporter: the lawyer for his mother sus the russian government promised her $2,000 a month free housing and visas for her children. after russia, pelaez plans to head to peru. the nuclear scientist being freed from a russian prison says the spy swap has left him depressed because now he'll never have the chance to prove he's innocent. john hendren, abc news, washington. >>> there is a big situation going on out in california due to racial unrest in oakland this morning. protesters have broken into stores, set garbage cans on fire. this all comes 0 of a verdict in a controversial case. a white former transit officer who killed an unarmed african- american men was convicted of involuntary manslaughter. several passersby
say that the bear knocked down tents, the campground, which is run by the u.s. forest service has been closed while the investigation goes on. five tarps have been set up in the area in attempt to capture the bear. >>> we are four minutes from 6:00. let's see, checked into your dorm. >> sherrie johnson will tell you about the best on college campus activities. >>> and it's time for the horses to take their annual dip. we'll take you to a spectacular event. >>> and also ahead this morning, a scary attack. officials have a warning for you if you choose to date online. it's pain relief without the pills. no pills, no pain. how can you get pain relief without taking pills around the clock? try thermacare heatwraps, for all day relief without pills. i was surprised, thermacare worked all day. you feel the heat. and it relaxes and unlocks the muscle. you've got to try it. [ man ] thermacare, more effective for back pain than the maximum dose of acetaminophen, the medicine in tylenol. go to thermacare.com today for a $3 off coupon. thermacare. no pills. no pain. just relief. >>> now, good mo
in the land. for the 20th year in a row, u.s. news, the media group ranked john's hopkins as the number one hospital in the land. this is based on doctors recommendations and different factors including patient care, different cases, and cancer care. >> 6:52 right now. it is a craze that became popular at schools. some schools actually had to ban them. we are talking about silly bands. they are the multishaped bracelets. so, if you want to win some major points with your kids, take them to ac moore today from 3:00 until 5:00. the store is hosting a silly bands trading event. it's free and your kid can trade some of their accessories and get some new ones. >> all right, 6:53. where is the best place to catch a baseball game? >> here are the top five cities to see the pros play. see what you think. number one, fenway park in boston. number two, camden yards. how about that? number three, citifield and yankee stadium in new york and roger center. and the nationals park finished ninth on the list of the best place to watch a baseball game. >>> now, the forecast certified most accurate by wea
sending national guard troops to the u.s./mexico border starting august 1st. the yearlong deployment is in response to deadly shootings and car bombing that took place recently. the initial 12,000 guards will watch for illegal border crossers and smugglers and also help in criminal investigations. >>> does your child love arts and crafts? does yours? >> uh -- trying to tbig it out. >> what about trains? if they are having a birthday soon, stick around. >> we're going to show you five of the most fantastic places where your child can enjoy their birthday party and be creative at the same time. >> an environmental disaster in the gulf of mexico. find out what jimmy buffett is doing to help spill victims. >> and a teen attacked by a shark while on vacation. how she managed to stay calm throughout the frightening ordeal. >> 5:56. we're going to try to stay calm as we talk about this nasty heat and humidity continuing. low 90s today and tomorrow. some storms could be strong to near severe like we had yesterday afternoon and evening. 59 to 97 to the end of the week. 95 to 97. in fact at 97
fliers with the sailors pictures on them. >>> the white house says the web posting by some 90,000 u.s. military records about the afghan war has put the lives of americans and their allies at risk. the document was leaked and it was a blow by blow account of six years of afghanistan war, including unreported incidents of afghan civilian killings as well as covert operations against taliban figures. >>> it is now 6:50. ten minutes away from 7:00. we know it, the national media knows it, never before have the ravens started a season with so much promise. abc2 news, sherrie johnson with what's going as training camp begins this week. >> it's that time, time for baltimore raven to hit the playing field once again gearing up for the season. ravens rookies, quarterbacks and select players will report to westminster today. they'll have four practices over two days. all open to fans and the media before the veteran players arrive on wednesday. the first full squad practices are open to the public and the media, scheduled for friday at 8:45 a.m. and again alternate 2:45 p.m. the ravens have sc
at risk. a military video leaked last april, this is what you're watching right now. the u.s. army's case against specialist bradley manning of potomac. >> now a photographer and driver were also killed in this attack. if convicted on all charges, manning could be sentenced to 52 years in prison. >>> 5:35 right now. baltimore city's top prosecutor will have to face down some pretty serious competition if she wants to keep her job this fall. patricia jessamy has been city state attorney since 1995. gregg bernstein has announced he's going to run against her. they're both democrats, but the two months campaign will focus on their differences. >> it's the reduction in crime. so crime is going down. and one of the consistencies about that is me. >> there's a misuse of resources that could be better targeted to prosecuting, convicting and punishing more violent criminals. >>> 5:36. a dramatic rescue caught on tape. >> strangers credited with helping save a man's life. >>> and severe storms cause flash flooding. a teenager swept away in a creek. >>> here's lynette charles with your weather. >>
. >> the winner of the 2010 miss teen u.s.a. pageant is crawford and she is from right here in maryland. she's 17, she is from potomac. she won the crown this weekend in the bahamas. she is the first person from maryland, the first teen from yank maryland to win. congratulations to her for representing our state beautifully. >>> now, the forecast certified most accurately weather rate and maryland's most powerful doppler radar. >> good morning, it's 6:54 now. we are looking at 67 degrees here in town. temperatures will start to bounce off the bottom, as you'll see we are surrounded in the lower 70s. much cooler numbers towards our west. we still have that northerly push of air that is holding our humidity down. code yellow expected for this afternoon. and again, we'll start to influence at least get the influence of moisture trying to push back in the form of clouds. it is south of richmond, where you found the rain this morning, and in fact, much more moisture across the deep south, as there has been a flairup of thunderstorms last night and could be more in the way of flooding thunderstorms t
. >>> federal officials say national guard troops will now head to the u.s./mexico border august 1st. for a year lon deployment. their mission, to watch for illegal border crosses and smugglers and they will help in criminal investigations as well. >>> the first lady is going to be in baltimore. and the major league baseball players association and white house will announce a new joint initiative at camden yards at 11:00 this morning. that is all part of her let's move initiative to get kids off the couch and outside playing. following the announcement the players will then conduct a clinic on the field for 50 young baseball players and then later tonight mrs. obama will throw out the first pitch at the orioles game. first the tampa bay rays. heads up, get to the game early, there will be heightened security because of the nead's visit. >>> the orioles lost 8-2 1 to tamp -- 8-1 to tampa last night. fourth straight loss since the all-star break. they've had losing streaks of 9, 5, 10, 4 and now the currents four-game skid. game time 7:05. rick dempsey and dave johnson are among the many who playe
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